The Mesh is a major trend which will shape business in the next decade.- FORBES
The Mesh
The Mesh Why the Future of Business is Sharing

FALL 2010 Portfolio / Penguin Group

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Mesh Manifesto

The Mesh Manifesto

if you embrace the Mesh you'll discover how your business can inspire customers in a world where access trumps ownership. - Lisa Gansky

Lisa is an entrepreneur, investor, speaker and author of the bestselling book, The Mesh: Why the Future of Business is Sharing and the chief instigator of Mesh Labs - (global directory for the sharing economy) She works in the design of new products, policies, services, partnerships and models in which ‘access’ to goods, services and talent triumphs over the ownership of them’. Lisa invests, advises, speaks and writes on the topics of innovation, collaboration and the Share Economy including: cities as platforms, power of peers, shareable business models, building trust in a shared world, the hidden value in waste, and the rise of entrepreneurship.

At her core, Lisa is a marketect and "impact junky" with a strong interest in breaking the edges of formerly happy business models and bringing together not-so-likely characters in the form of new offerings, teams and partnerships.

As CEO, co-founder and chairman of Ofoto, Lisa drew on her entrepreneurial spirit and experience to develop Ofoto into the leading global photo sharing service. Lisa & the team worked to develop Ofoto into a world-class consumer services offering which she left once Kodak Gallery reached over 56M customers in 2005. In addition to her roles at Ofoto and Eastman Kodak, she was a Co-founder and CEO of GNN, the first commercial website, acquired by AOL in 1995 where she then directed Internet Services for AOL through 1997. Lisa has been an investor and board member of more than thirty internet and mobile services companies.

Currently, Lisa is Chief Instigator of Mesh Labs and an advisor and investor in these ventures: Breather, Honest Buildings, Instructables (sold to Autodesk), Makani Power (sold to Google), OpenRov, OtherMill, RelayRides, Ridepal, Sidecar, Science Exchange, Scoot Networks, Solar Mosaic, Squidoo, TaskRabbit, Vayable and Yerdle.

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